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to revert to your texas voice. >> the last time i saw my brother, we had an immense fight. it was in his house in san antonio, i am describing, the book opens with this fight. this is sort of a picture of my brother at this exact moment. there are always apples around him, women, too. apple pie, big sheik antique bowls of wooden apples, read and golden, apples pencils, produce framed on the library wall, texas vegetables from the rio grand empire. i am an american first, then a texan he would say not understanding he sounded like auggi march. the clues are there, i later realized. a man's fate is his character. you always have to show off and tell us what you know, carl said. i'll be in washington next week i say. i have an interview, i have to close of peace. you promised me, you said you would stay away from washington state. you sat right here and said you would not go to the cascades. he yells as loudly as i have ever heard him. washington, d.c. i shout back. i have the trait as well. [laughter]. >> as you are thinking about that, i would like to ask you to give us one more. there ar
plants in the states of kansas, oklahoma, and texas. so a major part of the country will be affected by this. known as utility market h utilil force 1,100 of our factories to retrofit or close their doors. the closure of u.s. coal-fired power plants will accelerate during the next ten years because of this utility rule. the e.p.a.'s expected announcement on the utility rule comes just after this issued another rule that will cost an additional thousands of american jobs because start january 1, the e.p.a. will begin requiring utilities to reduce power plant emissions that may cause air quality complications in neighboring states. that regulation, called the cross-state air regulation rule, or caspar, will require plants to install costly technologies in exchange for minimal environmental gains. the combined economic impact of the two regulations that i've just mentioned -- the combined economic impact of that is alarming. the indiana energy association estimates that the cost of these rulers will be between $6.5 billion and $7.3 billion just in my hone stat own state of india. and wh
cannot solve these problems with war. >> attempting to mount a comeback in iowa, texas governor rick perry compared himself to often underestimated denver broncos' quarterback tim tebow. >> i'm kind of getting where i like these debates. as a matter of fact, i hope obama and i debate a lot, and i'll get there early and we will get it on, and we will talk about our differences, which are great. i'll talk about what we've done in the state of texas. i'll talk about talking a balanced budget amendment to the congress. i'll talk about having a -- the type of part-time congress that i think americans are ready for. you know, there are a lot of people out there, i understand it, you know, this are a lot of folks that said tim tebow wasn't going to be a very good nfl quarterback. there are people that stood up and said, well, he doesn't have the right throwing mechanisms. you know, he's not playing the game right. you know, he won two national championships, and that looks pretty good. we were the national champions in job creation back in texas. am i ready for the next level? let me tell y
to be home? this is said in a texas accent. i would say i don't know. he said you have to be there because they are my pears and precious and have to put them in the refrigerator the minute you come in. i learned to say okay. then the fruit would come and it would be wrapped like a bomb or something, each fruit, each pear. these gorgeous asian pears had sty row foam socks wrapped around them. after the fruit came you'd get a series of phone calls, can i demand a refund from the ups man, are you sure, can you write down what time it came? >> you have been carrying around this story all your life, what happened, why turn it into a book? >> it was a huge decision. it came completely. so many of us carry around this sibling thing in the attic thing. it came to me because something happened in our life which transformed our relationship. it was huge for me and huge for him. we learned how to become a team. and we had, my brother had a crisis and wrote me a letter about it, kind of a stunning letter that came like a time bomb, when he was quite young, barely 50 that he had a rare form of non smo
raise your hand. the director of business development. [applause] orlando works in texas, new mexico, and oklahoma. if you are from those areas, certainly try to spend some time with him. vice president of operations. oliver is out of the south central region, and as much of his work in texas also. we have wr smallmolares. he is community relations manager for the business we do at houston independent school district. i have to tell you, my work is in community relations, and we have three account level managers, and all of them are latino. it was not planned that way, but really nice that it worked out that way. i work closely with them. is mike in the room? markets here. mark of director of business development. he is covering texas, california, colorado, nevada and arizona. very glad we have colleagues over on this side of the country that could be here with us. we want to thank alas for giving us the opportunity to be involved with this conference. i have to tell you, he was absolutely right about windy. she is a hard sell, but i'm glad she is because of allows us to of the parti
stores. >>> two reindeer are back with their friends in santa's barn after escaping on a texas freeway. the runaways, named comet and dancer, were en route to visit a school, when the trailer door opened in rush hour traffic. of a flood of 911 calls, they were safely corralled. >> even reindeer just want to enjoy the holiday. >>> now, for a look at morning road conditions on your friday. icy on i-90, from erie, pennsylvania, to buffalo. also, slick on i-40, from raleigh to little rock. i-10, from baton rouge, to san antonio. and i-20, across texas. windy conditions in southern california. >> and if you're flying, just a couple weather-related airport delays. los angeles and houston. >>> chicago bears' wide receiver, sam hurd, is behind bars this morning, facing some pretty serious drug charges. >> he was arrested during an undercover sting operation wednesday night and accused of setting up a drug dealing network. prosecutors say he was looking to buy $700,000 of cocaine and marijuana a week. the investigation lasted yast year in texas. hurd says he is innocent. >>> two former penn sta
on the stage. former senator rick santorum. texas governor rick perry. former massachusetts governor mitt romney. former speaker of the house, newt gingrich. congressman ron paul. congresswoman michele bachmann. former utah governor jon huntsman. [ applause ] joining me at the big desk my fox news colleague, neil cavuto, chris wallace, and megyn kelly. our rules are similar to the previous fox debate. one minute for answers. 30 seconds for follow-ups. if the candidates run too long, we'll politely remind them it's time to wrap up with this sound. after a long string of debates we trust you know the drill and we won't have to use it much. we have an enthusiastic crowd here tonight and we welcome that. but we do have a limited amount of time here. we ask you to honor the ft we're trying to keep valuable time for candidates throughout the debate. tonight's event obviously comes amid an extraordinary backdrop. the struggling american economy now further threatened by financial turmoil in europe, gridlock on capitol hill. a real threat to world security posed by iran. even as we pull the last
familiar seven candidate on the stage. former senator rick santorum. texas governor rick perry. former massachusetts governor mitt romney. former speaker of the house, newt gingrich. congressman ron paul. congresswoman michele bachmann. former utah governor jon huntsman. [ applause ] joining me at the big desk my fox news colleague, neil cavuto, chris wallace, and megyn kelly. our rules are similar to the previous fox debate. one minute for answers. 30 seconds for follow-ups. if the candidates run too long, we'll politely remind them it's time to wrap up with this sound. after a long string of debates we trust you know the drill and we won't have to use it much. we have an enthusiastic crowd here tonight and we welcome that. but we do have a limited amount of time here. we ask you to honor the fact we're trying to keep valuable time for candidates throughout the debate. tonight's event obviously comes amid an extraordinary backdrop. the struggling american economy now further threatened by financial turmoil in europe, gridlock on capitol hill. a real threat to world security posed by i
their vision to get america back on track. joining me now is texas congressman ron paul g to see you. >> nice to see you. >> sean: i noticed you never gave a full answer to the question will you promise if you don't win this nomination and you're doing well here in iowa. that you'll support the republican nominee and not run third party? >> i'll give the same answer i've given 39 times now. i have no intention of doing thachl i plan to do my very best ask see what happens. i'm not making... >> sean: i don't want to push you too hard. it leaves the door open. you're leaving the door open? >> i don't like to say i absolutely will never do such and such. >> sean: you support the u.s. constitution. >> it's true it's different than pledging two politicians. >> sean: you know if you ran third party, you probably siphon off some of the anti-obama vote. >> won't it be fair to ask moderate republicans the same question? sean anderson dropped out and ran. >> sean: no intention means the door is o you're saying the door is open? a little? >> well, the door, i can't conceive of it. >> sean: okay. >> ther
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running from candidate to texas would create jobs. >> if that bill comes over to us, we will make changes to it and i will guarantee you that the keystone pipeline will be in there when it goes to the united states senate. >> lawmakers have until december 31 to find common ground, they aren't taking any chances. the senate is working on a plan b that would extend the tax break until february, allowing lawmakers to head home and tackle the issue in the new year. tara for cbs news, capitol hill. >>> now that payroll tax cut bill also includes a provision to extend benefits for people who have been unemployed for a listening period of time. if the payroll tax bill or a short-term version of it does not pass, that means those benefits would vanish for millions of americans. >> baby jesus is back in his manger after being snatched tuesday night. he is part of a nativity scene at the central park shopping center in fredericksburg. the blue-eyed plastic figure was stolen once before back in 2005 and after that, he was filled with sand and concrete. he weighed 80-pounds when he was stolen. poli
members of bravo 224 of the 25th of virginia national guard unit en route to ft. hood, texas. they all need a ride out of camp virginia in kuwait tonight. they will be airborne while most americans are asleep. our chief foreign correspondent richard engel is in baghdad where he lived for many years covering this war and where he covered today's ceremony. richard, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. for the more than one million u.s. troops who served in iraq, this is the end of an era. the iraq war defined their lives, in some cases ended their lives, and now it's over. ♪ >> reporter: for a big war, it was a remarkably small closing ceremony. a few hundred troops, a five-piece band on a base by the airport on the edge of baghdad. but with the casing of the colors, the u.s. military command in iraq ended a mission that began what feels like so long ago. >> we cannot know the duration of this war. yet we know its outcome. we will prevail. >> reporter: at least now we know the duration. america's costliest war in decades officially ended today. >> your nation is deeply indeb
texas. -- escape and run loose in western texas. they were in the trailer and escape when the door open to during rush hour traffic. >> i was worried about the reindeer getting hit or into an accident. >> i thought it was elk at first. it was kind of shocking. we just stop and jumped out and went and got them. >> can you imagine seeing that? luckily, no one was hurt in the incident. santa joe says he will make sure the doors are locked for now wanted coming up, you're in lottery numbers and another check the forecast. >> tonight at 5:00, a bullying lawsuit how the school district is responding to concerns over the sale over marijuana, and a preview of sunday's ravens game in san diego. and now, the maryland lottery numbers. >> the maryland lottery celebrates purple friday all season long. >> 8 is purple friday. go ravens. i am sarah fleischer from 98 rock. your pick 3 numbers are -- we will get to your pick four in a moment, but first, want to win ravens season tickets for 2012? visit mdlottery.com/ravens. we are moving right along to your pick four game. the maryland lottery -- let you
arguments for the now familiar seven candidate on the stage. former senator rick santorum. texas governor rick perry. former massachusetts governor mitt romney. former speaker of the house, newt gingrich. congressman ron paul. congresswoman michele bachmann. former utah governor jon huntsman. [ applause ] joining me at the big desk my fox news colleague, neil cavuto, chris wallace, and megyn kelly. our rules are similar to the previous fox debate. one minute for answers. 30 seconds for follow-ups. if the candidates run too long, we'll politely remind them it's time to wrap up with this sound. after a long string of debates we trust you know the drill and we won't have to use it much. we have an enthusiastic crowd here tonight and we welcome that. but we do have a limited amount of time here. we ask you to honor the fact we're trying to keep valuable time for candidates throughout the debate. tonight's event obviously comes amid an extraordinary backdrop. the struggling american economy now further threatened by financial turmoil in europe, gridlock on capitol hill. a real threat to world
picture since 1929. >>> and in texas, near houston, two reindeer are safe tonight. santa need not worry. after they took an unscheduled trip, no doubt scouting a route for a christmas pageant. they were riding to a school in a trailer when a door opened. they escaped onto the highway. startled drivers called 911. >> there are two loose reindeer on the highway. >> there's two loose reindeer on the highway? >> yes, sir. i know that sounds funny, but they are. >> fortunately, the traffic was stop and go. the reindeer named comet and prancer were not hurt. call it a kind of christmas miracle. >>> still ahead, the science of parking. shoppers packing the malls. and we'll tell you how to beat some other drivers to the very best parking spot. i wanted support for my heart... and now i get it from centrum specialist heart. new centrum specialist vision... helps keep my eyes healthy. centrum specialist energy... helps me keep up with them. centrum specialist prenatal... supports my child's growth and development. new centrum specialist is a complete multivitamin that gives me all the benefits of
, your voice, your vote. at last night's republican debate, one candidate, texas governor rick perry, came out swinging at congress, calling on them to take a big pay cut. but today, we learned something interesting about perry's paycheck. abc's jake tapper explains. >> reporter: governor rick perry is trying ining to blaze a pat making tough budget cuts. raising the age for recipients to receive medicare and social security. and taking on congressional pay. >> the idea that we have congress staying there as many days as they do and the salary they have, that's the reason i call for a part-time congress. cut their pay in half. >> reporter: one problem? financial disclosure forms released today show that perry is hfdouble-dipping in texas. at the same time he's drawing a $150,000 salary as governor, he formally retired this year, to start collecting more than $90,000 a year in a state pensi pension, through the employee retirement system or ers. >> they said, you're eligible to access your retirement now, with your military time and your time in service and, you know, i think it woul
and allowances that have been made. as texas governor, you have afforded the same attention to the oil industry. back in 2003, you signed a bill that reduced the taxes paid by some natural gas companies that had helped them reap better than $7 billion in tax savings. so i guess what i am saying, are you guilty of the same behavior as governor, favoring an industry that you claim this president has, favoring the green industry? >> today the 220th anniversary of the signing of the bill of rights. and one of those, the 10th amendment, i like a lot. and the reason is because that is how our founding fathers saw this country set up, whether we had the laboratories of innovation. it should be in the purview and the decision-making process of a state, if they want to put tax policies in place that helps make them be more competitive -- we did it not only for the oil & gas industry, but for the alternative industry, alternative energy industry and the wind industry. they came in drove, made texas the number-1 wind energy producing state in the nation. but government shouldn't pick winners and losers fr
for green technology and allowances made for this industry. but as texas governor, you have afforded the same attention to the oil industry. back in 2003, you signed a bill that reduced the tax paid by some natural gas companies that helped them reap better than $7 billion in tax savings. i guess what i'm saying is are you guilty of the same behavior as governor favoring an industry that you claim this president has favoring green industry? >> today is the 220th anniversary of the signing of the bill of rights. one of those, the tenth amendment i like a lot. and the reason is because that is how our founding fathers saw this country set up. where if we had the laboratories of innovation, it should be in the per vie the pud decision-making process of the state, if they want to put tax policies in place that helps make them be more competitive. we did it not only for the oil and gas industry but we also did it for the alternative energy industry. and the wind industry. they came in droves, made texas the number one wind energy state in the nation. but government shouldn't be picking wi
, congresswoman michele bachmann is due right here in cherokee. and a short time ago, texas governor rick perry campaigned right here at the copper cup cafe. here today i got a first-hand taste of the split among evangelical voters. that was a subplot in this year's iowa campaign and a major obstacle to perry's comeback hopes. another obstacle is the other texan in the race, listen here, governor perry knows it. >> dr. paul is wrong on this issue. you can't make nice with -- >> in a moment, my exclusive one-on-one with governor perry. but first, other major news today, including this. sickening, sickening, no other way to describe it. penn state football coach mike mcqueary entered court today and said he believes he saw coach jerry sandusky molesting a boy in the showers. susan candiotti was in the courtroom and some of the testimony in her report here is quite graphic. >> reporter: it was his moment, mike mcqueary walked into court, took a deep breath and became the prosecution's star witness. he methodically described what he called a horrifying alleged 2002 sexual assault between jerry sand
possibilities from a state that we picked at random. this is washington. in texas, the dmv has just approved this. the cavalry hill plate depicting the site of jesus' crucifixion and the motto "one state under god." a group called the texas freedom network says the government shouldn't, and i quote, play favorites with faith. but defenders say freedom began with free expression for christians and everybody else. now i'm joined by the head of the legislative affairs for the liberty institute and also the president of the texas freedom network. thanks to you both for joining us. doing okay today? >> great. >> let's get this going. miss miller, your state has a plate that says "god bless texas" another one says "one nation under god," we have that one. you even have one that plugs a real estate company. so what's wrong with the cavalry plate? >> well, in this case, we really have a government body at least implying that they're promoting one faith over all others. and frankly, when you want to protect religious freedom, which is what my organization seeks to do, you want to avoid that at all co
are a republican from texas and the connecticut democratic representative, chairman of the democratic caucus. ♪ ♪ host: good morning. it is friday, december 16, 2011. last night, bipartisan leaders in both houses of congress announced they had reached a deal, a $1 trillion deal to fund the remaining government branches and agencies and averting the possibility of a government shutdown tonight at midnight. we are going to open up our phone lines to talk about what you have been watching in congress and what you think about their efforts to reach a deal on government funding. a deal has not been reached on the other big issue of the week. that is the possible extension of the payroll tax holiday. leaders in both parties are suggesting a temporary retention of that, so that discussions over funding can continue. our phone lines are open. we would like to know what you think about these last minute negotiations. these are our phone lines. a good friday morning to you. we will be here for just two hours. the house is in early today, 9:00 a.m. eastern time. the spending bill is likely to be on
pipeline. >> reporter: it's a project running from canada to texas that is unpopular with democrats. >> if that bill comes over to us, we will make changes to it. and i will guarantee you that the keystone pipeline will be in there when it goes back to the united states senate. >> reporter: lawmakers have until december 31st to find common ground. but they're not taking any chances. the senate is working on a plan b that will extend the tax break until february, allowing lawmakers to head home and tackle the issue in the new year. on capitol hill, tara mergener, wjz eyewitness news. >> the payroll tax bill would also extend long-term unemployment benefits. if they pass, those benefits would vanish for many americans. >>> a slightly cooler day as we wrap up the workweek. take a look outside. clouds have been hanging around most of the day. wjz has weather and traffic together. meteorologist tim williams has the updated numbers from first warning weather on this purple friday. and we'll talk with sharon gibala with this. >> is it purple or gray? make up your mind. >> gray skies. defin
in dallas. >> going to texas >> does not look like sam hurd will fight extradition his wife in court tonight the couple has a daughter. sam hurd aveces 5-40 years in prison if convicted. calls for a special prosecutor to investigate a homicide case involving one of richard daley that use. roderick macarthur justice center at better government association asked special prosecutor to look into the death of david koschman, david koschman daily and that you rj vanecko identified near division and got into a fight david koschman if this had on the pavement and died 11 days later from injuries. after initial investigation of the victim's mother said felt she needed more. >> i go there often telling him i am sorry that i did not fight for him. it was a difficult thing for me to do fighting to save myselfthinking to reporters in new stations the fight is still here >> chicago police the public and state attorney operas have not commented on request for special prosecutor roderick macarthur justice center say the investigation into david koschman death was compromised. >> police say a teen
author passed away at a hospital in houston, texas after a very long and public battle against cancel. he began as a left wing journalist and moved on to new york and to a an extent the political right. >> he was a provocative figure, describing himself ads a contrarian. a an author of 17 books, he was an atheist and -- >> diagnosed with cancer last year, he spoke to news night about his declining health. >> i'm afraid i would die in an ugly or squalered way. i feel a sense of waste about it. because i'm not ready. afle sense of betrayal to my family. >> he began in career in britain, moving to new york in the 1980's. his death was announced by "vanity fair" where he worked as a contributing editor. the magazine said there will never be a man like he and he was as violent they knew him and those who knew them. one said he could throw words into the sky and they fell down in a marvelous pattern. helen fox, "bbc news." >> we go from one end of life to the other. one of the smallest premature sbeabs about to be sent home by doctors. when she was born in august, melinda was so tiny she could
returned. comet and dancer got loose on an interstate highway in webster, texas. >> there's two loose reindeer on the highway. >> yes, sir. >> there's a guy approaching them right now. >> older man with a beard? >> no. >> i'm really not being funny. i swear i'm not. >> a man named santa joe, look at him, owns a petting zoo. he says he was taking the reindeer to school for a show and tell when the animals escaped. he says he forgot to lock the door on the trailer. santa joe says he called police as soon as the animals took off. the reindeer were eventually caught, and no one was injured. thank goodness they weren't found on somebody's roof. >> who knew reindeer could live in texas. i thought it was a cold weather kind of thing. >> they're probably not very happy. they want to get back to the north pole, i'm sure. >> santa joe. what a great story. >> what a great name. >> it's a great name. terrific. 4:55. coming up, the donation left in one of those red kettles that will surely give someone a very [ female announcer ] at verizonfios.com, you can choose your channel package. ♪ you can
in texas and is considered armed and dangerous. >> another court battle is coming over california's new lethal injection protocol. marin county superior court judge is challenging the procedure. she says prison officials failed to properly consider alternative to the 3 drug leatheral injection cocktail use to execute inmate inmates. she also says the state correction department has not revealed the total cost of an execution. state attorney will get a chance to change the judge mind at hearing tomorrow. california executions are already on hold while federal judge considers a separate legal challenge. >>> just 20 days before the first contest and the 2012 presidential campaign. republican contenders took part in the has debate before the january 3rd caucus. if you thought football had nothing to do with the presidential race, well l this is what rick perry had to say. we have the details. >>reporter: tonight the republican contenders kicked off their closing arguments. >> pretty conservative. >> i know what it takes to get this economy going. >> i hope i am the tim tebow of the io
be taken that custody. clark has been convicted of rape in texas and is considered armed and dangerous. >> another court battle is coming over california's new lethal injection protocol. marin county superior court judge is challenging the procedure. she says prison officials failed to properly consider alternative to the 3 drug leatheral injection cocktail use to execute inmate inmates. she also says the state correction department has not revealed the total cost of an execution. state attorney will get a chance to change the judge mind at hearing tomorrow. california executions are already on hold while federal judge considers a separate legal challenge. >>> just 20 days before the first contest and the 2012 presidential campaign. republican contenders took part in the has debate before the january 3rd caucus. if you thought football had nothing to do with the presidential race, well l this is what rick perry had to say. we have the details. >>reporter: tonight the republican contenders kicked off their closing arguments. >> pretty conservative. >> i know what it takes to get t
. >> the reindeer got loose in a texas town. >> the race discrimination state against the department. details are new at 6:00. and enjoying it less and less? upgrade to verizon fios and get tv, internet and phone for our best price online -- just $79.99 a month for two years with a 2 year agreement. this holiday deal is only for a limited time. so don't wait. get fios at this great price. act now and we'll add a special bonus -- $300 back. hurry, go to verizon.com/greatdeal. fios. a network ahead. contact the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >> they would have been euthanize in california. nearly 100 dogs are getting a second chance. only 20 out of every 100 dogs taken into shelters make it out alive. some shelters in oregon stepped up to the plate to fly canines from california to oregon. they're hoping they will get the nurturing they need and perhaps a new home for the holidays. >> a couple of santa's reindeer escaped and ran loose on an interstate in webster, texas. the owner has a petting zoo and was on his way to an elementary school to show kids the
northwestern racing to a big lead against texas southern in the first there were three points scored of the game high 20 points by john sherman as the wildcats won a 20-31 on to win 81-51 north western is now 8-1 on the season that's a look at sports your live illinois lottery drawing is next. >>lives up from wgn tv chicago the official drawing of the illinois state lottery >>good afternoon everyone these are your midday winning lottery numbers ... here are the winning kick three numbers:pick three numbers: 5 0 3 here are the winning pick four numbers: 4 2 7 1 $135 million is the mega- millions and jack padjackpot for tonight he passed away yesterday from complications of an esophageal cancer. he was known for his wry sense of humor even dent in his monthly columns for his battle with cancer was public ... and in his later years, he became a strong voice for atheism a harsh critic of religion hitchens was born in portsmouth england and graduated from oxford university was 62 years old. in midwatch a new study finds a link between smoking and a type of skin cancer ... research fi
across america i've learned that when you ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could sa you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>> welcome back. two penn state to administrators accused of covering up a child sex abuse allegations against former defensive coordinator jerry sandusky are scheduled to be in court today. former vice president gary schultz and former netflix director tim curley are charged with perjury and billion to report child sexual abuse allegations. both men deny the charges. >>> form, and king barry bonds could face 21 months in prison when he learns his punishment today. >> a judge will sentence the baseball star this afternoon on an obstruction of justice charge the the stems from testimony gave to a federal grand jury in 2003. the will most likely put on probation instead of seeing jail time. >>> a lot of people upset this morning. bears receiver sam hurd will be bac
across texas. >> defund planned parenthood the magic words in republican campaigning. >> you know what's sad about this, and i'm a texan so i take it personally, is that what governor perry did was actually throw three -- there is no funding -- public funding for abortion in the state of texas. this has nothing to do with abortion. he threw 300,000 women in the state of texas off birth control and off ability to get their well women checkups and basic, basic cancer screenings. i think what we're seeing, and i think governor perry is a perfect example, is now politicians playing politics with women's health and women's lives. and i think it's going to -- i think it is a -- it's a terrible idea for women. it's a terrible idea for women's health. and i think at the end of the day, the voters will reject it. >> cecile richards, an honor to you have you with me tonight. >>> coming up, a very special "rewrite" and it's all about you. you. you know who you are. >>> and the kings of lalt night comedy had a lot of material to choose from this week. that's later. all energy development comes wit
call for starting construction on the keystone oil pipeline to run from canada to texas. they said it would create thousands of jobs. president obama wants to delay the project for further environmental studies, but today, house speaker john boehner was adamant against waiting. >> if that bill comes over to us, we will make changes to it, and i can guarantee you that the keystone pipeline will be in there when it goes back to the united states senate. >> lehrer: democrats condemned republicans for insisting on the pipeline despite the president's opposition. house minority whip steny hoyer. >> they have added an item that the president said he's going to veto, contrary to their pledge to america, and their pledge to america said they would not add extraneous matter to must-pass bills. >> lehrer: later, a white house spokesman declined to repeat that veto threat. in case an agreement cannot be reached, there was talk of a possible plan "b"-- a two-month extension of the payroll tax cut that would come with a $40 billion price tag. >> woodruff: the next chapter in the wikileaks saga.
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